It is used as a dietary supplement to animal feed, as it contains polyunsaturated acids, which promote the formation of antibodies that protect against a number of animal diseases. It reduces the need for chemical medications. In addition, fish oil contains acids promoting the release of large amounts of progesterone, which in turn positively affects reproductive systems of body. Fish oil is also a source of health promoting vitamins A, B, H and E. It contains minerals – calcium, phosphorus, iodine, selenium – that promote growth, which cannot be supplied from purely vegetable diet. That is why fish oil is used as a supplement for domestic animal foods. Fish oil is also used in the manufacturing industry – for production of leather, soap, paint, linoleum and films.
|Acid content, mg KOH/g||max.10|
|Omega 3 %||min.10|
|Peroxide content, MEq/1 kg||max.15|